Here we explored intermanual apparent tactile motion—illusory movement between two hands—as a means to enrich such feedback.
In this paper, we present FeelSleeve, an interface that allows children to feel story events in their hands while they are reading on a mobile device.
We describe a low-complexity smart LED light bulb prototype that is based on existing consumer light bulbs and hence can be replicated without effort.
We have prototyped a compact, fluid-suspension, electromagnetically-rotated animatronic eye.
We explore 3D printing physical controls whose tactile response can be manipulated programmatically through pneumatic actuation.
We introduce Acoustruments: low-cost, passive, and powerless mechanisms, made from plastic, that can bring rich, tangible functionality to handheld devices.
In this article, we outline the challenges in such a deployment and describe how state of the art in WLAN can meet these challenges.
In the future Internet of Things (IoT), battery-powered devices equipped with short range radios may need to communicate with each other over multi-hop links.
We developed a tool named ParkSim that allows us to simulate the mobility of theme park visitors.
In this paper, we evaluate the potential benefits of the dual Wi-Fi radio devices in terms of throughput and energy consumption.
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